Cloud application migration
- October 29, 2009
Software maker Zeus has announced a new product that will bridge application traffic management across private and public clouds.
- July 01, 2009
Oracle's colorful CEO Larry Ellison took shots at upstart Salesforce.com, but the company remains undeterred by competition. Salesforce has enabled business-line managers to quickly program for the cloud.
- June 26, 2009
This week: HP offers cloud advice, NetSuite hires former Motorola CEO and Oracle head changes his tune on the cloud.
- May 26, 2009
Commoditized apps suit cloud deployment to a T; custom, database intensive jobs do not, CIOs say.
- April 29, 2009
Have you pondered moving data or applications to the cloud? Consider your system requirements and cloud provider capabilities before you choose one of these three application architectures.
- February 12, 2009
While managed hosting providers have signed on to VMware's vCloud as partners, enterprise shops may not be ready for shared, hosted infrastructure?
- November 11, 2008
The NetSuite-HP deal could drive traditional VARs into cloud-based computing and bring NetSuite into the SMB market.
- September 30, 2008
Are you ready for re-use? Enterprise architects know there is a dual-edged sword to service-oriented architecture. That is: When SOA succeeds and component re-use occurs, popular services can become overtaxed, and performance suffers. That turns out...
- September 22, 2008
What is in Cloud Computing? Now you can add Oracle Fusion middleware to the list. Plans to make Fusion available via the Amazon Cloud were part of the first day salvo at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.
- June 18, 2008
Red Hat begins its fourth annual summit with the announcement that it has extended its JBoss Enterprise Application Platform to the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud.
- February 13, 2008
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) and extreme transaction processing (XTP) make up Oracle Corp.'s vision of the SOA Grid, explains David Chappell, vice president and chief technologist for SOA at Oracle, in the second part of this interview. Of ...